The U.S. military is finishing preparations for its case against the next Deep State architect to face a military tribunal, John Podesta, whose trial at Guantanamo Bay begins on Tuesday, May 4. Real Raw News has learned that Vice Adm. John G. Hannink, who successfully prosecuted the Judge Advocate General’s case against Hillary Clinton, will not return for an encore performance and instead delegate prosecutorial responsibility to another JAG official.
Unlike Clinton, who was eerily reticent until the moment of her execution, Podesta has talked and cooperated with the military in exchange for leniency. Although he won’t escape a tribunal and possible lifelong imprisonment, he will elude the hangman’s noose.
A confidential source with knowledge of the military’s litigation procedures told RRN that Podesta’s tribunal should take less than two days, as Podesta is expected to concede to the prosecution’s most damning allegations. They include sexual interactions with at least 50 underage children. Two, who were ages 6 and 10 at the time Podesta molested them in 2014, are expected to appear at the tribunal via live video to recount stories of how Podesta, Clinton, and a slew of political and Hollywood elites deceptively beguiled them into a world of sex, drugs, and ritual sacrifice.Military Preps Podesta Tribunal — Real Raw News